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Bub and Bob are back and this time they are facing more bubble trouble as they find a seemly abandoned spaceship. Unknown to the dinosaur brothers, the doors of the local planets have opened, releasing floods of bubbles that are rapidly turning into hazardous dangers. With Bob captured by the Boss, Bub must act fast to ensure the future safety of all the planets and their inhabitants. Read On »
Steel Diver will launch on May 6 on the Nintendo 3DS. This strategy action game uses the 3D capabilities and the gyro sensor to guide a submarine around obstacles while dodging advances from enemy ships.
There are different gameplay modes such as Mission where you navigate an underwater obstacle course while making sure you dodge enemy attacks. In Periscope Strike you use the gyroscopes in the 3DS to destroy warships. To do this you spin with the 3DS while looking through the submarine periscope! An office chair would be best for this!
In the Steel Commander mode, the idea is to hide your own ships and destroy enemy ones in a grid map before they get you – a 3DS version of the classic battleships! You can also play a 2-player version of this using the Download Play service – even if Player 2 doesn’t have a game card.
Steel Diver which arrives in the UK, exclusively for Nintendo 3DS, on 6th May 2011.
New screenshots and information have come from the up and coming movie tie of The Green Lantern entitled The Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters. The game will be out on the PlayStaion 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo DS & 3DS and Nintendo Wii June 10, just in time for the movie release.
If playing on the Xbox 360 or PS3, you will have the ability to team-up and battle the Manhunters in seamless drop-in/drop-out local co-op.
The Nintendo 3DS version of the game is designed specifically to take advantage of the 3D capabilities, while Xbox 360 and PS3 gamers have the option to play in Red and Blue style 3D and comes with the glasses that come with the game… If that is not your bag then you can also play the game in stereoscopic 3D when playing on any 3D HDTV while wearing glasses that are compatible with the television.
The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions also have Ryan Reynolds (the Green Lantern in the feature film) lend his voice and likeness to the game. The screenshots can be found below.